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This combination file photo shows Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Director General Lt Gen Faiz Hameed (L) and National Security Adviser Moeed Yusuf (R). — DawnNewsTV/ISPR


WASHINGTON: Pakistan has a key role in a new US diplomatic offensive aimed at ensuring a peaceful transfer of power in Afghanistan, diplomatic sources told Dawn on Friday.

As part of this offensive, National Security Adviser Moeed Yusuf and Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Director General Lt Gen Faiz Hameed are expected in Washington next week for talks with their American counterparts.

The effort includes visits by US Secretary of State Antony Blinken to New Delhi and Kabul for talks aimed at formulating a regional response to the Afghan crisis, the sources said.

At a recent briefing in Washington, US State Department’s spokesperson Ned Price said the Biden administration hopes to “see Afghanistan’s neighbours play a constructive, responsible role in bringing about a just and durable solution” to the Afghan conflict.

In the same briefing, he also underlined Pakistan’s role in the peace process, saying: “We understand the crucial role that Pakistan has the potential to play in this regard.”

This would be the second meeting between Moeed Yusuf and his American counterpart Jake Sullivan, who first met in Geneva in March this year.

The icebreaker in Geneva was the first highest-level physical contact between the two countries since the Biden administration took office.

Secretary Blinken, however, had earlier twice spoken to Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Army Chief Gen Qamar Bajwa. Similarly, US Defence Secretary Lloyd Austin had also been in touch with Gen Bajwa.

Published in Dawn, July 24th, 2021
 

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Interesting development given this trip will happen RIGHT after the ISI Chief's visit to China...wonder if they will take a message from China to the u.s. starting that insaan day puttar ban jao???
 

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I will be more happy if they convince US to be indirect part of CPEC. They should convince US that setting up port and business links with central asia (if AFG is peaceful) can help US for oil and gas and rare earth minerals.. as Gen Tariq suggested.
 

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I will be more happy if they convince US to be indirect part of CPEC. They should convince US that setting up port and business links with central asia (if AFG is peaceful) can help US for oil and gas and rare earth minerals.. as Gen Tariq suggested.
Americans aren't interested in commerce that benefits others even if they are also to gain financially.

They are only interested in domination and subjugation through war or subservience.
 

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Interesting development given this trip will happen RIGHT after the ISI Chief's visit to China...wonder if they will take a message from China to the u.s. starting that insaan day puttar ban jao???

Hope this will be to do with the attack on Chinese engineers bus. It was interesting to hear Gen Tariq where he trashed American government system, where CIA, White House, state department and Pentagon, all going in tangent and trying to exert their power over decision making. One hope that ill advised attack on Chinese within Pakistani soil was due to some rogue elements within American establishment which now needs to be neutralized.
 

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Americans aren't interested in commerce that benefits others even if they are also to gain financially.

They are only interested in domination and subjugation through war or subservience.
CIA can't be, similarly pentagon... but common businessman will be..
 

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Pakistan continues to blame India for its problems in Afghanistan. :coffee:

It's possible the problem lies with the Taliban. They want full control of Afghanistan.

I will be more happy if they convince US to be indirect part of CPEC. They should convince US that setting up port and business links with central asia (if AFG is peaceful) can help US for oil and gas and rare earth minerals.. as Gen Tariq suggested.
The US has no interest in joining BRI, which CPEC is part of. Its actions and words have made this abundantly clear.

CIA can't be, similarly pentagon... but common businessman will be..
How many have shown interest so far?

Hope this will be to do with the attack on Chinese engineers bus. It was interesting to hear Gen Tariq where he trashed American government system, where CIA, White House, state department and Pentagon, all going in tangent and trying to exert their power over decision making. One hope that ill advised attack on Chinese within Pakistani soil was due to some rogue elements within American establishment which now needs to be neutralized.
What rogue element are you talking about? Who are they? It's clear that the US is hostile to China.
 

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